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After The Smoke Clears: What The California Fires Mean For Marijuana

The October firestorms raging in Northern California have incinerated nearly a quarter million acres and displaced more than 100,000 residents.

What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Raw Cannabis?

"Passenger tries to get rid of marijuana by eating it during traffic stop," blared the headline. But what happens when you eat raw cannabis?

Myth Busters: Everything You Need To Know About Synthetic Marijuana

There has been media attention on drugs known as “K2,” “bath salts,” fentanyl, “molly,” and others, but what's the deal with synthetic marijuana and others?

Squad Goals: Here’s Why We All Need A Mean Friend In Our Lives

We all have (or at least know) that one friend who pushes us in ways that none of our other peers can. Here's why that mean friend might be helpful.

Marijuana Makes Your Brain More Plasticy And That’s A Good Thing

Plastic is not usually a word people would associate with their brains, but they should.

Progress: World Doping Agency Will No Longer Ban CBD

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has softened its position on CBD. They made it official by removing it from their list prohibited substances for 2018.

Guess What? Asking Kids About Drugs Won’t Make Them Use Drugs

a team from the University of Washington found that discussing undesirable behavior — including drug use — does not encourage children to try it.

This Is What You Need To Do To Marijuana Before You Can Make Edibles

There are too many theories and methods for the most effective way for marijuana decarboxylation, but you need to do it to make edibles.

How Forest Fires Ruin Wine And What It Means For You

For awhile now, scientists haven't been able to identify why some wines have a terrible aroma that makes them undrinkable. Until now.

Undoing The Negative Impact Of Marijuana On The Teenage Brain

They told us that smoking marijuana was doing irreparable harm to teenage brain. It the equivalent of putting an egg in a hot frying pan.